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November 3, 1966     Jewell County Record
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NOVEMBER 3, ]966 JE'WrELL COUNT'I" RECORD, MANKATO,. KANSAS )17, Forrest Howard Mrs. Elmer Alexan Friday evening sup ill the Merlin Alex- borne in hi)nor of l)e- 4th birthday, Mettle of L{qJal](}n and Mr'. Glclm Kindler of Es-i ;i Iso present. and Mrs. Gaylord An-I and p;irls were Sunday, ~LI{'NIS O[ 1Vii'. and Mrs. al I,ebanon. an{I Mrs. Clarence or [\,lauk;ito were Fri visitors of Mr'. (21{,nn Bennett, Manlie Mullin return- Saturday alter spend- pasl wool.; in the Glen in Norton. and Mrs. Bob Drager and Mrs. Gerald Dix- Ft. Collins, Colo. were ~d gu{'sls of Mr. and Shntt. Mrs. Dra- a sisler to Mrs. Shott. Fr{,(I Myers of West Beach, Fla., Mrs. H. W. and Mrs. Bob Korb Wedu{,~day m(}rning cot- of MPs. Reeve Haw- anti Mrs. Earl Garman Brian Howard, and Mrs. (;ary Carman :Pamela and thmry Gar Were Sttn(l~w evening sup- guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Ost and family in Nei/r. The occasion the birthdays of Mrs. Qarman and Mrs. Em- Ost. anti Mrs. Cecil Modlin 8tlrMay afternoon callers r. anti Mrs, Arby Cole. ' an{1 Mrs. H. A. Decker Mr. and Mrs. l)erald were Sunday dinner, at the Mack Wertsi in.SmiH1 Center. In the t/my enjoyed a drive, Kirwin and Harlanl da FILE. and Mrs. ,Jude Figgins Chm(1, Mr. and Mrs. Fig~{ins and Darrell of Nehr.. Mr. and Mrs. I'hmnpson ()f Jewell, Mr. Clifford Barnes and and Mr. and Mrs. Jun-i and family wire,, ' visitors in the ttarvey home. and Mrs. Roy Brandon spent the weekend in tim home of Mr. and Mrs. Claus Bran- don at Yuma, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brandon and 1)e bra Sue of Denver were also present. Mr'. and Mrs. Claude Boy les were Sunday evening vi~ itors of Mrs. Manlie Mullil}. Mrs. Will Dillon was a{Imil ted t{} the Stlpel'i(}r hospital the past week ['(}I' utls{w~;~li,m and treatment. Mr. aud Mrs. l)an Fl",l~tco and girls of Kerlsin~tU}n v,{,P{, weekend guests in (l~, Ill}u.,.< his Gillett heine. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. (;l'ubb!~ and Mr. and Mrs. l"ved Myers of West l:'ahn B{';Ich, Fla. were We(Inesclay SUl}p{'r gu('~;t:; of Mr. and Mrs. lhmler 1,. Grubbs. I Frank Slmemaker an{l l{ulh] Thompson of Solo, Ore. were[ Wednesday evening visitors of[ Mr. and Mrs. Nelson ltarrM] and Shelley. [ Mr. and Mrs. Henry ttesllelt were Sunday supper ,fftleSls {}f Mr. and Mrs, (larold Ohul stede and girls at Guilte Rot'k, Nebr. Marion Mizn{}r of Los I~,n os, Calif. and (]rover Mizll{lr were Wednesday afternoon .x j sitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clar once Maag. Mr. anti M,'s. Ev erett Terrili were evenin,q, vM itors. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yelter and Willena and Mr. ;iiltl Mrs. Stanley Johnson anti family al tended the open house at the NCK Vocational School h/ lh, It}it on Suriday afternoolL Mr. and Mrs. {}rville 'P~tllln/ of Barnard were Sunday {liil ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bausch. Judy Mart of Superior was a Friday evening SUl}per gil(,sl at the Clyde Korb hen[e, the occasion being Barry's 21sl birthday. Mr. and Mrs. George Meek- :er and Mr. and Mrs. Warren White of Phillipshur~( wm'e Sunday evening gtlests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell I,ewi~. Mrs. Lela Dithm and Wilma accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lowell MeNichols and family "Ills NAME IS WONDERFUl," Leland & Janet Griffin Evangelists CHRISTIAN CHURCH BURR OAK, KANSAS NOVEMBER 6-11 7:30 EVERY NIGHT to Salina on Friday where they attended tire wedding of Wan- I)oys were Sunday dinner ~{ucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Clar, once Pixler. Mr..nil Mrs. Gone Johnsor ;itl(I }){}5s wen{ 1,(1 LineohL Nob. on :-hiilti~iy t() get her mother M,'~. Kathryn Walter, who Ilad ~q){'ill, the ilaM, few weeks with her ~;i:d(,rs. I"r;ink Shoenlaker and Ruth Tlioitil):4ot] (11' Seio, Ore. were T',,llr:;day (,vetmig visitors (1[ Mr:< l']Ita Masters, Mrs. Ma- i',{,l Ely &li~(I Etlna Masters or I{,h}it ;i11{I Mr. anti Mrs. I~]ili'l Mullins were also visitors. Mi's. ltarve 1)eeker, Mrs. i,e;~ler Siichsiantl, Mrs. Char- hm ilai'ris, Mi's. Neltio Jolm- ~Oil. ~'irs. Jack Byers anti d;tuKhh,r, Pat, attended the O.1.S. (listricl ill{,el.ing ;11. ,le- well on t," 'i{I; y afl.ernonn and w('re Sllrltlay al'lernoon visitors at the Arden Ost home. Mrs. Ada Stanton and Mrs. .IaliWS M{'Cormiek attended lhe {ll;tst'l) (]l'tl{]O School oper elt~t ,tt (fiasco on Thursday ev (,ninv. Sannny Slanton had one iof lh(, h,a(linj~ parts. Mr. anti Mrs. Alfred Walker {ll" l{{,lh,\,ille and Mr'. and Mrs. th,rt Sanderson of Lebanon were Sunday (linner guests of Mr .nd Mrs. Fred Sanderson. lilt'. ;illd Mrs. Eugene l}nns- laii and family, Mrs. Ella Pat- lerson, MPs. Bessie Bell, Mr. :nld l~ll'S. Marshall I~ishop and Mr. and Mrs. Chlude Boyles were Sunday visitors in the Carotd Vfin Schoiack hohae. Mr. and Mrs. James McCor- mick attended the Antique Show in Bellevil[e on Sunday afternoon. The Burr Oak Methodist Church is having a II;t111 sup- )or on Saturday evening, Nov. 12. It is a collie ~ls you ~ll'e ~llld pay whal yuu like. This is a yearly evonl pianne{I I'ur pllea stint hunting se;isOil. Mari(}ll Miznol' o1' l,{is Ban{)s, Call[, was ;,I Tiles{lay evelling visitor of Mr. and Mrs. 1)ol bert [Jnllervtt)od all(t h()ys. Judy Ca]ilhan o1' Manhattan and ,Johnny lind Vit'ky Taylor of Mankltto \v{H'e Stmday vis itors of Ml's. {}l};il Tromhh,. Mrs. PhiIlip Ul/(tcrwood au{t Mrs. Mona lh}we were Wed [ nesday al'i{,rnooi] visitors at ] I the l,arry Wncker heine in FIt ] gar, I Mrs. Lillie M(ion and Mr.I and Mrs. ,lake Mcl)onnol were l Sunday al'tern()on ealh,rs un~ I Mr. and Mrs. ttoy Estep. LaVon Ost st)ent the week end witll his p~lrerils, Mi'. alid Mrs. Ardei'i Osl. and l)ianc,. Mrs. Nina l]eam o[ Esbon was a Monday af|(?rlloon vis- itor at the Elnler Alexander homo, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ben- nett a(lended the Antique Show in Belleville on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ercil Burgess and 12h)nald Burfless i)f Super ior were Friday e\'enin~ vis itors of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shott and their house guesls. Mr. Thurrnan Mitchell of Belleville and Mr. and Mrs. iGlen Crane anti Charles {if I Norton were Sul}d,qy tlhmer guests nf Mrs. Mantle Mullin. , Mr, and Mrs. ,h)hn ]}~ll'SOl-lS were Sunday ;if{ernot~rl (';lllers at the 1){lull!as (]ilh,tl hlln~e. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis .hqTery EI,ECT MRS. FRANK FOLSOM formerly Thelma Burns, candidate for Register of l)eeds on the Democratic Ticket She grew up in Formoso and graduated from high school there as valedictorian of her class. Working in her father's store and other places has given her much publie experience, which will be helpful in public office. (This ad sponsored by Jeweli County Democratic Women's Club) _ Ill II II I I I I Ill I For Jeweil County Attorney VOTE REPUBLICAN Re-Elect IT'TI ROBERT H. MEYER .................................... [Xl Jewell County Republican Central Committee Calvin James, chrm. J.P. Stinson, T ceas. (Pol. Adv.) I I land family were" Friday' sup- ,per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandon. Mrs. Lyle Jeffery and Deb- bie, Mrs. Clayton Walker, Mrs. Gale Tegley, Mrs. H. W. Grubbs and Mrs. Homer L, Grubbs attended tim Antique Show in Belleville on Sunday a fternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Eng- land were Tuesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Maag. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bausell visited Mrs. Vida Burkholder at the Sprague Rest Home in Red C/oud un Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lewis attended the Antique Show in t{elleville on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith of lh)lton, Kans. were Sunday i}\,'ernilzht guests of his sister, Mrs. l,ela I)ilhm and Wilma. Mrs. ttarve l)e(!ker, Mrs. Lester Su{hs and Mrs. Netlie Johnson called on Mrs. Ewt Wilson and Mrs. Ethel Terrill at Jewell on Friday evening. Mrs. Phillip Underwood and Mrs. Mona ttowe were Thm's day itfternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oglevie at iVl;ll]kato. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Uiidor wood were Friday afternoon callers at the Leotis Gates home in Mankato to visit Mr'. and Mrs. Kirk Thornhurg tff Encampment, Wyo. and Mrs. Charlio Short of Guide Rock, Nebr. Mrs. Carold Van Schoick and Mrs. Vincent Roesti spent there they attended the wed- ding of Waneta Dillon to Quin' i ton Brown, The Burr Oak Methodist! Youth Group will have a Slave i Labor Day on Saturday, Nov. 5. Anyune wat!ting work dtnie can call Mrs, Stanley Johnson. Mrs. l}hillip IJndcl'\~otld aud Mrs, Monli |htwe spent Fri day in I[tc Jaincs {IM{tc, l' h{}n/c Jn Hardy, Nehr+ Clyde l~cdl.r{I of T(lt}eka \\'as a q'htn'sdiiy al'{ei'llOOil cltll er nl lhe It+l> I/r;tDdlnl honie. Mr. and {\'i I". t'l:lrcnc'o B/I a a!{ \ t'l'l' :{{lii/LI3 i.'t t'lilti~>~ visi(Ol'S of Mr. iii1(t JVlI'>;, [It'll P.V Sh't){q'l. [Vlr. ;ii~{l [\11'>. l",lillip lJl*,'h,r wo(id lilt)It ~1 I'-; [Thlltlt [ hl\\O blt{']i l(I her lh,~it(' ill AI'R;Iil;;I'; Ci|y ('ill Ttle'4/kly. Fhey rt,ttlrl) ed Ill)nit, o!i \~,o(t;It'>;(];ly. Mr. ;ill{t }\il':;. lit't1 S{Hiil;15 itn(t I):i\id }~;it: ,ql of till{l'll illSl)ll \%'{'l't' '.{{}litter \' (Jiitlit'l' guests (if Mr. and Mrs. Cai'(tld Van Schoick. I{o\. atoll i\Ir:; (i. R. A!,